Eastern Europe and Central Asia: Increasing HIV prevalence, new HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths, UNAIDS, 2012

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Eastern Europe and Central Asia: Increasing HIV prevalence, new HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths. (2012). UNAIDS.
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Between 2001 and 2011, the estimated number of people living with HIV in Eastern Europe and Central Asia increased from 970 000 [760 000–1 200 000] to 1.4 million [1.1–1.8 million]. New HIV infections in the region increased from 130000 [99000–170000] in 2001 to 140 000 [91 000–210 000] in 2011. At the same time, there was a 21% increase in AIDS-related deaths in the region between 2005 and 2011: from 76 000 [58 000–100 000] to 92 000 [63 000–120 000].

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Eastern Europe and Central Asia: Increasing HIV prevalence, new HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths. (2012). UNAIDS.
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